As part of Graduate Professional Week, the Eugene McDermott Library is co-sponsoring workshops during the week of Oct. 2 to help UT Dallas graduate students and post-docs navigate research and citation tools for their papers and articles.
Throughout the week, Oct. 2-6, various schools, centers and the Library will offer seminars on a number of topics such as publishing journal articles, dealing with difficult people, achieving work-life balance, expanding opportunities with LinkedIn to nab your dream job, improving your resume and interview skills and helping international students be successful in the U.S. workplace.
Hosted by the Office of Graduate Studies, Graduate Professional Week is designed to give grad students an opportunity to network, socialize and participate in professional development events. The week will kick off with a social and taco bar with games, music, giveaways and prizes from 3 to 5 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 2 at the North Mall (next to the TI Plaza fountains).
The Library events include:
- Mon., Oct. 2 – Writing a literature review? Learn the secrets of going beyond the research, 10:30 a.m. to noon in MC 2.524 in the McDermott Library.
- Wed., Oct. 4 – Academic Copyright for Researchers and Instructors, a session that will cover U.S. Copyright Law as well as the four factors in determining Fair Use, 10:30 a.m. to noon in MC 2.524 in the McDermott Library.
- Thurs., Oct. 5 – Working on publishing a journal article? The McDermott Library will also participate, in conjunction with the Office of Graduate Studies Writing Center, in a faculty panel discussion about academic publishing from 3 to 5 p.m. in Founders second floor atrium. The panel discussion will feature Undergraduate Dean Marion Underwood, Dean of the Eugene McDermott Library Ellen Safley and faculty members from each of UT Dallas’ schools who will discuss best approaches. The forum will be followed by a Meet and Greet.
See all Graduate Professional Week events here.